Take a stroll in the Cambridgeshire countryside with Kerry and she’ll open your eyes to the wild edibles that are all around. She’ll introduce you to commonly growing wild foods and teach you how to avoid poisonous lookalikes. You’ll also get to sample a range of delicious wild food foraging treats such as drinking vinegars, salts, syrups, jams and fruit leathers, along the way.
Our Foraging Walk workshop will run on Sunday 14th April from 1:30pm till 5:00pm and will cost £35 per person.
- a guided walk with our expert forager Kerry
- information on how to identify common wild foods
- tips on harvesting and recipe ideas
- samples of wild food foraging treats
- admission to Sacrewell for the day for the ticketholder
This workshop is suitable for beginners with no prior experience or those who would like to expand their knowledge. It is suitable for anyone aged 16 or over. Under 18s must be accompanied by a paying adult. Unfortunately we we are not able to accept dogs on this walking workshop.
The walk will last around three and a half hours at a leisurely pace and will be on uneven terrain.
Course participants agree that anything they sample on the course is entirely at their own risk and understand that allergic reactions may occur even with only very small amounts of new foods.